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Overview of Project Management - Chapter Summary
In this entertaining chapter is an engaging examination of project management basics. Explore bite-sized lessons from home or on the go to brush up on your knowledge of project management methodologies, planning and metrics. Completing this chapter will enable you to:
- Define and share examples of project management
- List and describe types of project management methodologies
- Discuss the process and tools needed for project management planning
- Share the definition and examples of project management metrics
Study this chapter your way by choosing the lessons you want to review. Feel free to send any questions you have while exploring the lessons to our experts using the Dashboard. At any point during your studying process, confirm your understanding of the lessons by taking accompanying multiple-choice quizzes. Our practice exam makes it easy to gauge your comprehension of the entire chapter.
1. What is Project Management? - Definition & Examples
In this lesson, you will learn about the definition of project management. An example of project management will be used to give a general understanding of the topic.
2. What Are Project Management Methodologies? - Types & Examples
Project management methodologies are instructional steps or guidelines project managers use to lead projects. There are several kinds of methodologies to ensure projects are completed on time; keep reading to learn about two.
3. Project Management Planning: Process & Tools
In this lesson, we'll learn about project management planning. We'll look at some steps involved in planning a process, as well as explore some valuable tools when planning a project.
4. Project Management Metrics: Definition & Examples
In this lesson, we'll learn the meaning of the term metrics and then apply it to project management. We'll also explore how project mangers use metrics to measure the success of a project.
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